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About this Event
Venue:
RACV Club
Club Pavilion
Level 2, 501 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC
Date:
Friday 7 March 2014
Time:
7:00am registrations for a 7:30am start until 9:30am
 
Additional Information
Event Type:Special Event
CP Hours:2
 
SFIA Alignment
SFIA Skill
Professional development
Level5
 
Contact Details
Sabina Gruetzner
Level 2, 120 Clarendon Street
Southbank VIC 3006

Locked Bag 36
South Melbourne VIC 3205
(03) 9690 8000
sabina.gruetzner@acs.org.au  

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International Women's Day 2014 Breakfast: Celebrating Diversity!





ICT for Women in Victoria invites you, your colleagues and your friends to join us in celebrating this day by acknowledging the champions of diversity in the workplace.
 
This topic has been chosen as it reflects the global theme of  International Women's Day  2014 - "Inspiring Change" and it is a topic being discussed by industry, government, community and education.
 
Please invite your diversity champion to have breakfast with us to start the conversation! We are aiming for this breakfast to have equal participation from men and women.

Event Details:
IWD 2014 Theme: Inspiring Change
What: Breakfast Event to Celebrate Diversity
Date: Friday 7 March 2014
Time:  7:00 for 7:30 start – 9:15am
Venue: RACV City Club. 501 Bourke St Melbourne VIC.


Cost: Members - $75.00 (ACS, Vic ICT for Women & PMI Members)
          Non Members - $90.00

          Corporate Table  - $675.00 (10 x guests)
          2 x Corporate Tables - $1,200.00 (20 x guests)
          (please email sabina.gruetzner@acs.org.au for
          all Corporate Table bookings)


Bookings are essential as places are strictly limited.

In 2012, the Australian Computer Society Victorian Branch, in collaboration with Vic ICT for Women, formed a Special Interest Group (SIG) for Women called 'ICT for Women in Victoria'. The goal of ICT for Women in Victoria is to provide a unifying presence for professional women working in the ICT sector in Victoria, ensuring that women have the opportunities to enter the ICT sector, contribute at all levels, and ultimately have rewarding careers.


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